Recode is reporting that landscaping is expected to grow at an annual rate of more than 2.5 percent.
That’s still quite a jump from last year, when the industry was still struggling to recover from the Great Recession.
The industry has since seen a revival and now produces about 30 percent of the country’s residential landscaping and other landscaping-related products.
This year, the industry is expected, according to the report, to grow 4.5% from 2016.
That means that we are likely seeing a 10-percent-plus jump in the overall market for landscaping products.
We expect the number of new residential landscapers to grow by about 5% this year, and by 5% in 2019, according a report from Jefferies.
The biggest growth in this market comes from landscaping for outdoor spaces, which is the market that Recode’s analysis shows the industry will be most impacted by the Trump administration’s agenda.
The Trump administration has called for the removal of restrictions on how homeowners can build new homes.
That could mean the removal, for example, of barriers to new developments on federal lands.
The Federal Register is currently under review by the White House, which could lead to a review of those regulations.
It’s not clear how the review process will be conducted, but it’s likely that the administration will be reviewing whether the regulations need to be updated to reflect new realities in the marketplace, according the report.